The Atlanta Braves' season has gotten off to a pretty good start, especially at home.
In the opener, deGrom and Soroka battled, each receiving a no decision. DeGrom was good for five innings allowing just one hit and striking out five.
Soroka was equally as good going six innings giving up four hits but no runs.
Monday, they meet again with the Braves carrying all the momentum and the winner of tonight's game may be the guy to take the lead in the NL Cy Young race.
DeGrom has not lost a beat from his Cy Young self through his first two starts, posting a 1.64 ERA -- two earned runs in 11 innings pitched -- and a WHIP of 0.55, which is tied for second-lowest in the NL and an opponent batting average of .111 -- tied for fourth-lowest in the NL.